A movement to update Britain's Labour Party by discarding the traditional Labour platform calling for state ownership of the means of production. The movement has been led by Tony Blair, who became prime minister in 1997 after guiding the Labour Party to victory. Under Blair's leadership, Labour again won in 2001, the first time the party had ever won successive general elections.
Tony Blair managed to decontaminate the losing Labour brand in 1994 by rechristening his party “ new labour.”
The Cool Britannia mood of 1997 had looked forward in eager and largely misplaced optimism to the new labour future.
It was in vain to refuse, and this new labour imposed on the Cardinal another sitting of eight hours.
new labour, indeed, when the days are not long enough, and I have to toil far into the night!
It might cease to be true if the new labour party were to grow till it absorbed or superseded either of the existing parties.
At the very commencement of this new labour, he seemed to be quite a different man.
But the American negro will, unwittingly, no doubt be the pioneer of a new labour era in Cuba.
While Cuthman was building his church a beam shifted, making a vast amount of new labour necessary.
We learn that the new labour daily is substantially backed by a nobleman of pronounced democratic ideals.
From that letter we may gather how eagerly Boccaccio had turned to this new labour.